Javier Cravino    
        Assistant Professor, University of Michigan, Department of Economics 
        Faculty Research Fellow, NBER 

        Email: jcravino@umich.edu
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          Peer-Reviewed Publications                  

"The Distributional Consequences of Large Devaluations," with Andrei LevchenkoVoxEu.org Column.
 American Economic Review, 2017. Vol. 107(11): 3477-3509.
 
 
"Multinational Firms and International Business Cycle Transmission," with 
Andrei Levchenko. Online Appendix. VoxEu.org Column.
 Quarterly Journal of Economics, 2017. Vol. 132(2): 921-962.
 
 
"The Growth of Multinational Firms in the Great Recession," with Vanessa Alviarez and 
Andrei Levchenko.
 Journal of Monetary Economics, 2017. Vol. 85(C): 50-64.
 
 
"Measured Aggregate Gains from International Trade," with 
Ariel Burstein. Slides. Online Appendix.
 AEJ: Macroeconomics, 2015. Vol. 7(2): 181-218.
 
 
"Importing Skill-Biased Technology," with Ariel Burstein and 
Jonathan Vogel. Slides. Online Appendix.
 AEJ: Macroeconomics, 2013, Vol 5(2): 32-71

         Working Papers   

"Trade Induced Structural Change and the Skill Premium," with Sebastian SoteloNovember 2017. NBER WP 23503.
 Revise and resubmit, AEJ: Macroeconomics.

"Exchange Rates, Aggregate Productivity and the Currency of Invoicing of International Trade,"
 August 2017.                                     Revise and resubmit, Journal of International Economics.

"Real Exchange Rates, Income per Capita, and Sectorial Input Shares," with Sam Haltenhof, December 2017. NBER WP 23705.
 Revise and resubmit, Review of Economics and Statistics.

"Price Rigidities and Relative PPP," with Andres BlancoMay 2018. 

 
W
ork in Progress 
 
"Price Stickiness Along the Income Distribution and the Effects of Monetary Policy," with Ting Lan and Andrei Levchenko, March 2018.

Other Research Publications     

"The Geographic Spread of a Large Devaluation,"  with Andrei LevchenkoDecember 2017.
 
American Economic Association Papers and Proceedings. Forthcoming.